The Tees Valley’s pioneering hydrogen sector is laying the foundation for the world’s first net zero industrial cluster with a paper setting out how the region will lead the UK in its energy ambitions.
A Vision for Hydrogen on Teesside details how the area can become globally significant in the production, consumption and export of low carbon hydrogen, while supporting emerging carbon capture, utilisation and storage initiatives and safeguarding and creating thousands of high-quality jobs.
The report has been developed by a consortium of key stakeholders consisting of the Tees Valley Mayor and Combined Authority, Arup, bp, Kellas Midstream and Northern Gas Networks (NGN), the driving forces behind innovative projects in the sector.
Read the two-page summary here.
Read the ten-page report here.